<div class="paragraph">My husband is one of those people who likes his oatmeal the exact same way every time he eats it. <br><br>Bananas, honey, and milk. <br><br>I on the other hand, treat my oats like a piece of bread. The toppings that can go on are endless and I'm always amazed at the new combinations that have me doing happy dances in my kitchen. </div> <div><div class="wsite-image wsite-image-border-none " style="padding-top:10px;padding-bottom:10px;margin-left:0;margin-right:0;text-align:center"> <a> <img src="http://www.rachelmeyerfitness.com/uploads/1/7/3/9/1739499/classic-quick-easy-2_1_orig.png" alt="Picture" style="width:auto;max-width:100%"></a> <div style="display:block;font-size:90%"></div> </div></div> <div class="paragraph">This oatmeal recipe would be perfect to enjoy right after a workout. It is high is carbohydrates and healthy fats with 19 grams of protein. <br><br>I would choose to eat this after a resistance training workout to replenish the glycogen (carb) stores in my muscles. By consuming your high-carb meals <u><em>after a hard workout</em></u>, your body immediately turns it into <em><u>fuel for your muscles</u></em> instead of fat. <br><br><u><strong>Chocolate Peanut Butter Superfood Oatmeal<br></strong></u><em>Serves 2 (the toppings serve 1)<br></em><br>1 tsp grass-fed butter<br>1 and 1/2 cups water<br>1 cup rolled oats<br>handful of raisins<br>pinch of salt<br><u><strong>Toppings (per bowl):</strong></u><br>1 tsp cocoa powder (or do a scoop of chocolate whey protein to really increase the protein in this recipe) <br>1 T peanut butter<br>1 T full-fat yogurt<br>1 tsp bee pollen<br>1 tsp hemp seeds<br>1/2 tsp maple syrup <br><br>1. Bring water to a boil. Add oats, butter, salt, and raisins. Continually stir until oats are soft and the consistency you like (about 5 minutes). <br><br>2. Add all of your toppings and enjoy! </div>

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